Posts Tagged ‘Call of Duty’

Review: Call of Duty WWII

by Mazen Abdallahon November 10, 2017
In many ways, we’re entering a new age of game development. I’m not just talking about the notion of games as a service or the proliferation of new ways to sell games. I’m referring to the relationship between gamers and the developers. In the age of Twitter, Twitch, Facebook, and YouTube, game developers are in […]

Review: Call of Duty Infinite Warfare and Modern Warfare Remastered

by Mazen Abdallahon November 13, 2016
When Modern Warfare first hit, it was a phenomenon. I tried it at a cybercafé with some friends and I hated it. I couldn’t figure out the movement, the realistic shaking of the gun when I ran was disorienting, jumping made no sense, the quick TTK meant that I was getting one-shotted in seconds; in […]

Review: Call of Duty – Black Ops III

by Nazih Fareson November 22, 2015
Another year, another November, and of course another Call of Duty. After the complicated relationship with Infinity Ward, which led to the foundation of Respawn Entertainment (producers of Titanfall with EA), Call of Duty goes through a yearly rotation between Sledgehammer, with Advanced Warfare and Treyarch this year with Black Ops. Deemed as the messiah of the Call […]

No one pays $60 to go to a funeral

by Aidan Minteron September 20, 2013
Just how real is “realistic” and more importantly how realistic do you want it, if video games are a form of entertainment then shouldn’t their primary purpose be to entertain? Specifically I’m talking about military based FPS titles, Gamespot writer Tom McShea penned an 800 word article based on his findings at last year’s E3 […]

Shooters Need To Get Better At Depicting Arabs

by Hussein Ibrahimon April 14, 2013
Whether it’s the news, television or the movies, Arabs have become synonymous-ly linked with the word “terrorist.” And thanks to video games, we’ve become the target—literally. Both my job and my personal experience give me a unique perspective on the situation. I was born and raised in Detroit, Michigan and moved to the Beirut, Lebanon about 8 […]